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month macy's says it plans to add jobs at bay area locations. sal takes a closer look at the potential opportunities. roeurz macy's announced it will hire 65,000 seasonal workers nationwide for the 2010 holiday season. a slight increase from last year. some say a sign the retailer expects an improvement in holiday sale >> they have to do well during the retail season. this is make or break for a store like macy's. that they are hiring it means they feel optimistic. >> reporter: one reason for that macy's says they expect same-store sales to be up between three and 3-1/2% in the last part of the year. macy's wants to improve customerrer is vase that was not staffed correctly last season. >> they got bad marks last holiday season for their service. i think they are trying to make up for that this year. >> reporter: carla is a wardrobe consultant and personal shopper. her clients are spending more on clothing this year. >> i am seeing it. my clients are feeling better about everything in general. the economy in general. >> reporter: not everyone says they are going to spend more. >> i
. >>> the unemployment picture may seem dim today but tis the season to start hiring. macy's has planned to hire during the holiday season. retailers are already getting prepared, sal castaneda has the story. >> reporter: this event you see here is kind of a celebration of sorts. this is the union square business improvement district. they are hoping that they have a much better shopping this season and they are looking for more spending. macy's announced they will hire 6,500 workers for the holiday season. >> they have to do well during the retail season. this is maker or break, especially for a store like macy's. that they are hiring means that they feel optimistic. >> reporter: they expect same store sales to be up three to 3.5%. macy's may also need to improve customer sales. >> they got bad marks for consumers last hello day season. - - last holiday season. >> reporter: clients are spending more on clothing this year. >> my clients are feeling better on everything in general, the economy in general. >> reporter: but not everybody says they're going to spend more. >> i'm a penny pincher any way. so
of which do not have parking. macy's does not have on-site parking, these are two public garages on either side. if you're asking people if they parked on site, they would say no. this area is surrounded by 4500 spaces that the public has billed at the public's expense that is within ready walking distance. our feeling is aside from a few days and a few hours in the holiday season which the sponsor believes is critical, there is a lot of parking. if someone would like to drive, they can find parking. the way that we deal with this is not on the generation side but what is the impact. the project does what you would expect when you build a garage, this concentrates the impact. the project has impacted fifth and mission. you don't concentrate cars at the site. this might be easier to manage in that location which is fifth and mission. the areas that have one level of parking is somewhere in between. >> i in your example, i think that this is intuitive and not based on data collection. if he would like to talk about the impact adjacent to this project. if you want to talk about where the impa
macy says it plans to add within the next few weeks. sal castaneda explains why the department store chain is betting big on the holidays. >>> macy's announced it will hire 16,000 seasonal workers for if 2010 season. this is a slight increase from last year. some say a sign the retailer expects an improvement in holiday sales. >> they have to do well during the retail season, this is make or break. especially for a store like macy's. that they're hiring i think means they feel optimistic. they expect store sales to be up until the last part of in year. macy's may also want to improve customer service. >> they got bad marks from consumers last holiday season for their service, i think they're trying to compensate a little bit for that this summer. >> reporter: her clients are spending more on clothes this year. >> i'm seeing it. my clients are feeling better about everything in general. the economy in general. >> reporter: but not everyone says they're going to spend more. >> i'm generally a penny pincher any way. even in good times i watch my spending. >> reporter: the holiday work w
cliniq u e if you go into a macies, you'll see the lab white coats and scientifically presented. it is the same set of chemicals packaged with a different marketing program. disturbing some of the women of color are among the most toxic. women are bombarded with light skinned looking models. every product claims to have a whitening benefit. here is an example of one of the ads that you'll see in china, procter and gamble, high end line sk 2, hugely poplar, this product was the cause of near riots in china in 2006 after the government reported it contained, band heavy metal. hundreds of women demanding refunds lined up down the block. here is an example of them busting down the headquarters in shanghai. women do not want toxic bad metals. in their $100 skin cream. unfortunately, the government and procter and gamble was freaked out about this. then it was announceable, just a little bit of toxic metals, don't worry. they put the products back on the shelf and back on the market. china is the no. 1 growth market for procter and gamble. have quotes where she says china is no. 2
$3. >>> exactly four years ago, chicago's marshall field's became macy's and still chicagoans are bitter that their famous department store was taken over. today, dozens of people gathered outside of the state street macy's rallying for the return of marshall field. a recent survey shows 81% of chicago residents prefer marshall field over macy's. protesters said the store was more than a name. it was a quality brand for the city. >> thousands pounded the pavement for the 14th annual chicago half mare than. the 5th largest of its kind in the u.s. 13.1-mile course started and ended in jackson park, but it had runners on the scene in lakeshore drive than c rst man to finish the finish line, 1:07 and seven secondlady andre ya' farmranski of michigan. >> capturing top honors at the facial's movie houses this weekend. "resident evil after life" the 4th film in the series, all- starring milla jovavich. >> helped by the draw of 3d and a boost of i max box office showing. g@Ñ@?x@o@?@÷úoÑñ@7pq@úñ did you know go-gurt is specially made to freeze and thaw by lunch time? so
't beat it. now is the time. and mattresses, too. i forgot to mention mattresses. up to 50% off at macy's. on mattresses. these are things that you need. now is the time to buy them because you will get a huge savings. >> they are pricey. mattresses run up to $900 to $1,000. >> and you can get up to 50% off at macy's. and they're doing this other deal. if you buy it on your macy's card, you get a year to pay it off without interest. >> that's fantastic. we appreciate it, lori. thanks for coming in. >>> and coming up, erin andrews 170-mile-per-hour joyride with nascar great dale jarrett. for constipation relief... nothing works etter than miralax. it's he one. the one recommended by more doctors. only miralax is clincally proven to relieve constipation ith no harsh side effects. miralax is the only one. restore your body's naural rhythm with miralax. ♪ [ male announcer ] ever have morning pain slow you down? ♪ introducing bayer am, an extra strength pain reliever with alertness aid, specially formulated to fight morning pain and fatigue. ♪ so get up and get goin'! with new bayer am
. large retailers like macy's and the gap by a lot of their we tell items from china. >> now your forecast, with meteorologist john collins. >> we have no radar showing up here, but we do have this cloudiness. this warmer air is coming down over the warmer great lakes waters. just enough moisture to pop some of these clouds. as things cool over the afternoon, the clubs will dissipate. -- cliuds -- clouds will dissipate. that was hermine. at the moment, we do not have any rain. just scattered clouds. rain-wise, we are dry. 17 days without rain. today is no. 18. the last time we had anything measurable was august 23 -- august 3. there is some in forecast, but not for the next day or two. cambridge, 72. c-net ocean city. westminster, still 66. here is the satellite picture with those clouds, nw winds coming out of pennsylvania and across the great lakes. those are not rainmakers. here are the rainmakers to the south. high-pressure keeping us drive. here is rain on the new england. this is the storm complex up to the west. the plains states will be moving in and increasing our rain chances by
and recycling company, macy's and $250 cash prize donor san francisco can he -- deluxe silentseeing. let's hear it for our sponsors. yeah. all right. now i'm going to introduce all the judges. there are a whole bunch of them err and i would ask you to hold your applause until i have finished are introducing all the judges. if i hear applause we're going to have to start all over again and we're wasting daylight already. there is a newcomer, matt new comer, triple-a staff staff. and long-time supporter, mr. gilberto gadoy, frens ever the cable car museum. he's the man who makes the beautiful bell that goes to the champion every year. linda is the executive director of the union square association and a co-response of this -- so he sponsor of this competition. cinderella echen is the owner of the shanghai 1930 restaurant. and the san francisco icon and door man of the francis drake hotel fore the last 800 years. it's only been really 32. pillar from the newspaper, david from uncle vito's pizza, maggie baxter from abc channel 7. i must turn the page. deputy chief antonio para, san francisco police
that to the open facades will bring light to the street much like macy's does sense it has been renovated. i think that this is a nice improvement. we urge you to support this project. thank you. >> i am the chief executive officer of -- and we own or lease the golden gate. we more than anyone are aware of how challenging it is to do business in the mid market neighborhood. safety improved with the renovation over 10 years ago and attracted more visitors and locals to the area. the construction will continue what unfortunately has become a stall the trend in the area and it will attract more customers. this development will bring much-needed foot traffic west of fifth street and will help to revitalize the area and the increase safety. existing businesses will benefit from the increased parking. our theater doors have limited access to the surface lots and these additional spaces would be meaningful this evening. the parking will also attract more positive activity to the area. as it stands today, the city place is one of the most promising proposals we have same. i urge you to approve the project
las ventas de fin podría contratar a miles de personas, 30.000 personas, 45.000 "macy's," algunos de los trabajos si rían en seguridad para patrullar los centros comerciales y ayudar a los consumidores y cuidar bebés y mascotas. para muchos los hispanos católicos están entre las más religiosos pero un estudio parece indicar todo lo contrario el sorpresivo hallazgo de este estudio carmen. >> lo que nos muestra el sondeó es que no es lo mismo. los católicos hispanos sacaron muy mala calificación en manera de religión. >> aunque parezca difícil de creer, cuando de conocimientos de religión se trata en esta nación, los católicos hispanos están al final de la lista. >> me da cierta vergüenza saber que nosotros me incluyo estamos por debajo de los demás grupos religiosos. >> el sondeo nacional realizado por vida pública del centro. incluye 32 preguntas sobre enseñanza que incluyen este el lugar de nació nament miento de hasta el dalai lama. >> pues, no me sorprende, hemos llegado a la misma conclusión por eso hay en nuestra iglesia un esfuerzo considerable muy favor de
retailers. department stores like macy's, kohl's and j.c. penney beat estimates. but, a mixed bag for teen retailers and discount stores. aeropostale had weak results and missed target estimates. tom will have more on the retailers coming up in tonight's "market focus." there's been another oil rig explosion in the gulf of mexico. 13 workers were forced overboard, all of them were rescued. and the fire on the mariner energy platform has been put out. the company says no oil or gas was spilled. >> susie: still ahead, does age matter when you're a c.e.o.? we'll look at why experienced leaders like warren buffett are still in demand. >> tom: the bidding battle for 3par, the maker of cloud- computing equipment, is over. hewlett-packard won the deal with a $33-a-share, $2.4 billion offer. that was apparently too rich for dell, 3par's other suitor. it dropped out bidding. but dell already has business ties with another firm in the cloud-computing sector, e.m.c. analyst benjamin woo expects those two companies to forge a closer working relationship in the wake of dell's failure to buy 3par. >> 3p
mccain -- i'm john matareese. >>> macies is hire workers. the hiring boost is a result of the company's expectations for sales to increase between three and 3.5%. if you are a facebook user you probably hit the like button for this story. the founder is donating $100 million for the newark new new jersey school. they made the announcement today on the oprah winfrey show. >>> so who wants to go to the movies when you have weather like this? forget it. >> i got to beat the heat. i say we savor it. these are bonus summer days. the first days of fall. >> you can go to the dollar theater and see the facebook movie when it's still out. >> that's hot statewide. all the way back through ocean city. just unbelievablely hot. salisbury up near 100. >> crazy. >> tying a new record. 94 degrees out of bwi. hot and sticky. that's been our story all day long. southwest winds -- it will be a sticky night out there. i want to show you that. we have pretty thick fog. you can see downtown yeah it took awhile for this to burn off. burn off it did in this hot summer like weather. we were left with a sunny
at macy's, do you run in the middle of the street? no. you stay where you are. how much time do you have? seconds. you have to make a decision within seconds. if you run to the street what will happen? >> get hit by a car. you have windows, glass to fall on you. high rise. if you know where you are, stay there than to go somewhere you don't know what's there. once it's shaking between 30 seconds to a minute and once it's over, things will fall and tip over. give it time to move around. of course, if there is danger coming to you, you want to move. so, picture these buildings. against the wall. will i go behind this wall? lean against it, cover my head? no. the pictures frames. if they come off and hit me on the top of the head, more injuries. be aware of that target. look behind you before you lean against the wall. sometimes wrong place at the wrong time there is no way to get down this way. try to find a [inaudible] place if you can. get next to something that's sturdy that will block up against you. how much time do you have? short. >> this picture, what's a good spot? round ones.
assistant at macy's for 19 years and was laid off in june. >> i used to see it on tv and i am now here as one of those people it is a little discouraging. >> reporter: she came here today looking for leads for new jobs and remains hopeful for now. >> you are just so used to having your paycheck coming into your bank every week. you know, it is just hard to realize that. that was my big wake-up call. >> economists see a glimmer of hope in unemployment numbers private employers created more jobs than anticipated and that has not helped his 41 year old father who worked as a technical support manager until one year ago when he was laid off bt says he found part-time work but wanted something permanent. >> the positions i do get called back for the often tell me they receive 100, 200 resumes per job so there is a lot of competition with the unemployment rate being so high. you apply for a job and they say they will call you back or call you and for an appointment or interview and they never do. you know, they do not keep their word. >> reporter: the latest statistics show more than half
at their fastest pace in five months. it buoyed stocks most of the day. macy's added 3% while jcpenney added 7%. meanwhile, best buy raised its full year forecast and blew past earnings estimates thanks to strong mobile phone sales. >>> good news for owners of cisco stock. the number one network gearmaker says it will start paying out a 1% to 2% dividend to shareholders by july of next year. >>> millions of jp morgan chase customers weren't able to access their accounts online or on the go yesterday. however, the bank fixed what it called a technical issue and restored service early this morning. >>> finally, one sure sign going green is here to stay. italian officials seized mafia linked assets worth $1.9 billion on tuesday, the biggest mob haul ever. according to authorities, the record windfall came from the crime group's newest scheme, laundering money through alternative energy companies. apparently not always good to go green. >>> reggie returns a trophy. the angels get gophered and cluckhouse humor hits the field. >>> plus, defense takes center stage as the yankees and rays battle it ou
, macy's announced it will hire 65,000 associates for the holiday season. they are hiring for part-time position across the country. they will also need workers for call center, distribution center and online fulfillment centers, applications are being accepted online and hiring will start next month. >>> thousands of volunteers went to work today sprucing up our coastline. no question the bay area has beautiful shores, as john ramos shows us they don't always get treated well. >> that is why we are out here today really try to bet this trash before it is out of our control. >> reporter: people showed up all over the bay area to help out with coastal clean up day. >> we found one hair brush a chapstick. >> reporter: they didn't have any trouble finding what they were looking for. >> a planter, a pencil, and a dolls eyeball. >> reporter: thousands of people are out here to try and clean up the bay but the honest truth is that any garbage that reaches the bay, there is not much you can do about it, no practical way to clean it up. the trick is catch this trash before it gets into ope
arrest express. all of this is a move to be more competitive with target and wal- mart ups and macy's are among the other companies expanding seasonal hiring. 2009 retailers added more than 501,000 jobs nationally in october, november and december an analyst said it could go even higher this year. some good news for lost i guess for the unemployment rate is over 14 percent. the strips newest restore the cosmopolitan is set to open december 15th and it's now hiring and has 5000 jobs to fill. >> looking for someone who's interested in not only bring their talents to their jobs but carrying a personality, their personal interest and curiosity. >> i experts say people who are interested in holiday job should wait. some retailers to return of fees for these jobs in september and october. >> new numbers out today show the dramatic told that the recession has had on marriage in america. new figures show marriages at the lowest rate in 100 years. just 52% of polled said their very best compared to 57% in the year 2000. the new data released today also shows surging demand for for surging fo
a floral print dress, and that's by material girl, madonna's line, at macy's. and you mix it with the leather. it's about mixing patterns and prints and textures. we have zebra and snake skin in the flats. >> show the bracelet. >> and eden's earrings are from her friend, cara. it's about putting everything together in one outfit. >> you look great. do you like it? >> i would wear it. sue wouldn't wear it. >> sue wouldn't wear it. >> poor sue. eden, thanks so much. next, we have eden's tv brother. this is axle heck. he likes to walk around the show in boxer shorts. thankfully charlie mcdermott -- thank you for putting clothing on for us. >> no problem. >> tell us about charlie's look. >> the biggest trends in young menswear is gray and flat. he said, let's go with the gray. we did a utility jacket by american rag. it has a little military influence. it has some on the shoulder and pockets in the front. and you've modelled before, charlie. >> do the spin. >> exactly. pivot, yeah. nice. nice. >> i like the jeans a lot. and tennis shoes, too. >> the jeans are great jeans by le
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